Kevin has spent more than 15 years working with volunteers in the non-profit sector. He came to the railroad in 2019 as our Volunteer Operations Coordinator, and was promoted in 2021 to General Manager. In this role, Kevin is responsible for the business and budgetary activities of the railroad. Kevin has a bachelor’s degree in finance from Jefferson University and a master’s degree in human resource management from Goldey-Beacom College.
CAROLE R. WELLS
Accounting Manager (Part-Time)
Carole joined the Wilmington & Western in 1995 as the Executive Assistant. For nearly two decades, she assisted the Executive Director and the Board of Directors with sales, marketing, fund development and recruiting, while also helping with event planning and ticket sales. In 2021, Carole transitioned into the part-time role of Accounting Manager. She spends her free time with her family and still finds time to volunteer on the railroad. Carole holds a Bachelor of Science in education from Glassboro State College.
Chief Mechanical Officer
Steve has served as the Chief Mechanical Officer of the Wilmington & Western since 1995. His interest in trains grew at a young age when he started volunteering here in 1970. Steve oversees all work in the Backshop which includes the upkeep and repairs of our motive power and rolling stock, which is becoming more of a rare skill set in this day and age.
Roadmaster & General Services
Andrew has worked for the Wilmington & Western as the Roadmaster & General Services since 2013. From electrical services to metal fabrication, he has worked in all facets of railroad maintenance. He began his career in maintenance by working in the electrical trade for over 10 years before moving to the tri-state area. Additionally, he has obtained education in the mechanical field through automotive courses. In his free time, Andrew enjoys working with and restoring vintage equipment.
Station Agent (Part-Time)
Mary lives along the line and has been a constant presence at the railroad as a volunteer, staff member and passenger. She began as a volunteer in 2010 and became a Station Agent in 2012, working both at Greenbank Station and the Business Office when needed. As a Station Agent she helps make sure the passengers have a great experience and helps manage the ticketing and inventory systems. Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts in history & political science, with a minor in biology from the University of Delaware, and a Master of Science in administration of justice from Wilmington University.